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Five minutes before taping, Oprah asks the audience their opinion. "I'm not just thinking about the viewers in the United States," Oprah says. "I’m thinking about the 30-year-old women in India who are still living at home with their parents who think it's quite normal to be 30 years-old and a virgin. I'm thinking about the women in Saudi Arabia. I'm thinking about the women in Afghanistan, in other places."

To her surprise, the audience sides with Lisa and Sheri—they also thinks it's unusual to be a virgin at 30 years-old. "The majority thought it was odd," Lisa says. "It is odd today."
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